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1996 ELF ZR1

#1 2020-09-02 7:06pm

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1996 ELF ZR1

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1996 ELF ZR1

1995 ELF ZR1

My beloved ZR1, the frame and fork of which was given to me by a friend. This was the first bike I had that actually had "good" parts on it, and I rode it quite a bit. This was during a period where I didn't have a lot of money, as evidenced by the stem and chainring which were both originally different colors before I sanded off the anodizing..gross I know, but hey I was young smile. I think the bullseye crank was originally painted black, but the paint was in terrible condition so I painted them silver to go with this bike. The seat tube is 1 1/8th, and I have an adapter in there to accommodate the zip back post.
Frame: ELF ZR1
Fork: ELF
Headset: Tioga Beartrap II
Stem: DK
Handlebars: ELF Blast Bars (aluminum)
Grips: ODI Long Neck
Brake Lever: DiaComp
Seat: Bontrager Plus10
Seatpost: ELF Zip Back
Seatpost clamp: DK
Crank: Bullseye
Chainwheel: Sugino 46T
Pedals: Sealed JP rounds with Crupi cages
Hubs: Bullet Proof low flange flip flop sealed 36 hole
Rims: Peregrine Madd Max
Tires: Primo V Trak
Weight: 23lbs.


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#2 2020-09-03 3:44am

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Re: 1996 ELF ZR1

Love it.  Awesome looking ELF.

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